“By the time you get to Dayton, another town that’s incredibly proud of its pizza, you’re down to the bare, cracker-crust walls, loaded up with toppings,” Food and Wine reported. “Locals like to debate big names like Cassano’s (which used to automatically salt the bottom of the crust before baking) and Marion’s Piazza.”
The magazine even explored the Gem City’s outskirts in its rankings.
“But it’s one-offs like Pappa’s Pizza Palace in Miamisburg (and Joe’s back in Dayton, if you like a slightly thicker crust) that work the hardest. On and on it goes,” Food and Wine reported.
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